Twenty years ago, Mr. Satterwhite received a letter from Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman, suggesting that Mr. Satterwhite ashare his writing with the rest of the world.a At the time, he had to support his family, and he wanted to wait for the right moment. In his business career, Mr. Satterwhite has been featured in the New York Times, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal, on NBC News, and in Newsweek magazine. Mr. Satterwhite has been in the poor, lower, middle, and upper classes. He is a futurist, having predicted many of the inventions of his generation, as well as what is coming in future generations. He is a humorist who loves to observe people from his favorite stuffed chair at the mall. He is a survivor who has said good-bye to multiple family members and friends. Ultimately, he likes to say that he is just a simple man who found God. This is his story about his incredible journey through loss, fear, and despair to a conclusion that will give the reader an uplifting message of joy, heaven, song, bravery, love and hope. It is now the right moment. Mr. Satterwhite has finally kept his promise to his father.About two months into this insanity, I had a very important midterm Psychology 101 test. My mother was a psychologist, ... All my studying material was on the carpet, including books, papers, and my study guide. I screamed down the hall at theanbsp;...
|Title||:||True Stories from a Baby Boomer|
|Author||:||Stephen B. Satterwhite|
|Publisher||:||WestBowPress - 2013-07-10|